I sat on the ferry, looking out to the overcast sky, praying for some sunbeams to peak through the clouds at some point. I kept myself occupied playing with the puppy that conveniently sat next to me while I tried to overcome my anxiety that had unexpectedly hit me by surprise. I looked out the … Continue reading The fairytale weekend without a fairytale ending.
I watched it unfold before my eyes. The girls huddled in one corner, the guys in another. The girl in the pink Nike shorts ran over to her friend in the purple Lululemon headband, whispering something in her ear. Lululemon giggled, in the most innocent way possible for a 7th grade girl to do so. … Continue reading When you get rejected in the 7th grade.